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OS1/16/2/102

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
SGÙRR NAN GILLEAN Sgùrr nan Gillean
Sgùrr nan Gillean
Mr John McIntyre Schoolmaster, Sconcer &
Mr D. McKinnon, Shepherd Glen Drynoch by Broadford, Skye.
038 Is a very Prominent peak on the Coolin Range, it is the most eastern peak on the range & is situated immediately behind Sligachan Inn. The summit can be reached by walking from Sligachan in about 2½ hours. The name signifies "Hill of the young men". Proprietor McLeod of Macleod.
AM BASTEIR Am Basteir Mr John McIntyre Schoolmaster, Sconcer &
Mr D. McKinnon, Shepherd Glen Drynoch by Broadford, Skye.
038 A small corry situate immediately below the above Sgùr, it is almost barren being one mass of solid and precipitous rocks. signification "Deadly Place" or "a place where deer are often shot".
SGÙRR A' BHASTEIR Sgùrr a Bhasteir Mr John McIntyre Schoolmaster, Sconcer &
Mr D. McKinnon, Shepherd Glen Drynoch by Broadford, Skye.
038; 044 A steep and rocky hill of considerable size situate between ill Basteir and "Fionn Coire". Signification "Hill of the deadly place &c.

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